This book presents a practical and concrete approach to the challenging topic of Automated Functional Testing of software, in particular for software developed using the Java-Swing framework.The test automation envisaged in this work is that required for project-based Quality Assurance, a particularly challenging context due to time pressures. The test automation theme is firstly placed firmly within the overall QA activity on a typical project, prior to describing some of the usual reasons why automation fails and how the presented pattern of solution addresses these failures.Along with copious illustrations, there is a wealth of qcodeq that is available for download (www.dexters-defect-dungeon.com). Also included are two custom applications illustrating real test automation challenges - and solutions.Typically the developers will use a standard unit testing framework, which for Java would be most likely be JUnit4 - a framework for which a testing ... may not have Load Testing as part of the QA activities because, if the software does not involve a Client/Server-type architecture. ... Manual Testing Yes a Manual Testing .
|Title||:||Automated Functional Testing for Java-Swing|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-10-03|